Hannah Brown displayed sizzling chemistry with her partner Alan Bersten on Monday's episode of Dancing With The Stars.
The 24-year-old reality star though once again sidestepped rumors they were a couple.
One of the first duos to dance on the ABC show's Movie Night, they were chosen to perform a rumba to Wilson Phillips' Hold On from the movie Bridesmaids.
Romantic rumba: Hannah Brown displayed sizzling chemistry with her partner Alan Bersten during their romantic rumba on Monday's episode of Dancing With The Stars
It was a perfect choice for the former Bachelorette, who was soon to be maid of honor at her best friend Olivia's wedding, and hosting her bachelorette party that weekend.
She and Alan, 25, gave Olivia a preview of their dance at the studio and Hannah looked adoringly at her partner when she said: 'The rumba is the dance of love and lust.'
'So I'm seeing a little romance?' Olivia asked, as Hannah made the universal 'cut it out' gesture.
Alan then decided to steam up her bachelorette party later on, showing up in a police uniform and ripping his shirt off to her friends' loud cries.
Reality star: The 24-year-old reality star sidestepped rumors of romance with Alan
wedding theme: Hannah and Alan performed a rumba to Wilson Phillips' Hold On from the movie Bridesmaids
'Ladies, I've received a noise complaint,' Alan said, as Hannah giggled. 'You're not loud enough.'
Onstage afterward, the duo's dance earned a standing ovation.
Hannah's cheering section including Demi Lovato, 27; Rumer Willis, 31; and Bachelor In Paradise star Demi Burnett, 24.
Bachelorette party: Alan made a surprise appearance at the bachelorette party and ripped off his shirt
Shocked reaction: Hannah and her friends were shocked by Alan
His fellow judge, Carrie Ann Inaba, 51, was more practical, urging Hannah to lose the 'jazz styling' she'd picked up, which made her rumba look 'more like a cheerleading dance.'
Backstage, co-host Erin Andrews, 41, said Hannah seemed happier than on The Bachelorette.
wedding dance: The rumba dance earned a standing ovation
'I've been through a lot on television, and my whole life has been exposed to everybody, and there have been ups and downs,' the onetime Beauty queen admitted.
'This is also something that has those ups and downs, but it's been such a great therapy for me, and I think that's what people like to see: I get to come out every Monday and shine,' Hannah said.
The cast was short one dancer on Monday, as former NFL star Ray Lewis, 44, was forced to drop out of the competition when a torn tendon in his foot, from a 2010 football injury, resurfaced.
Shine time: Hannah told host Erin Andrews that participating on the show has been 'great therapy' after calling off her engagement from The Bachelorette
Support section: Demi Lovato, Demi Burnett and Rumer Willis cheered on Hannah
'I've dealt with pain every practice,' the Baltimore Ravens star explained, devastated to have to give up.
His doctor, however, was clear: Ray had torn three tendons and would need surgery and if he didn't 'let it go,' he might rupture something in his foot.
Ray acknowledged that it was time, saying: 'I'll never forget this.'
Torn tendons: Ray Lewis had to withdraw from the competition after tearing three tendons in his foot
His partner, Cheryl Burke, 35, then performed their dance, Twist and Shout from Ferris Bueller's Day Off, with former Mirrorball champion and former NFL star Rashad Jennings, 34.
The biggest surprise of the night may have been in the audience.
Zooey Deschanel, 39, and Property Brothers star Jonathan Scott, 41, were spotted in the audience on a double date with Jonathan's twin brother Drew Scott and his wife Linda Phan.
Stepping in: Former Mirrorball champion and former NFL star Rashad Jennings stepped in for Ray and danced with Cheryl Burke
TV debut: Zooey Deschanel and Property Brothers star Jonathan Scott were spotted in the audience on a double date with Drew Scott and his wife Linda Phan
It was the television debut for the new couple who were spotted holding hands earlier this month in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles.
Pop star Ally Brooke, 26, formerly of Fifth Harmony, who had often been critiqued for her dancing, but silenced her critics on Movie Night.
She rose to the top of the leaderboard with 24 points after paying tribute to her favorite movie Selena, doing a seamless rumba to late singer Selena Quintanilla's 1995 hit Dreaming Of You.
Critics silenced: Pop star Ally Brooke, 26, formerly of Fifth Harmony, who had often been critiqued for her dancing, but silenced her critics on Movie Night
The hosts: Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews kept the two-hour show moving
Before she danced, Ally brought partner Sasha Farber, 35, home to meet her family in Texas, so he could understand why the movie was so important to her.
'I remember watching Selena over and over again, and saying, ''I want to be her'',' Ally recalled.
'Being a Mexican-American and looking up to Selena made me believe I could do the same thing.'
Texas visit: Before she danced, Ally brought partner Sasha Farber, 35, home to meet her family in Texas, so he could understand why the movie Selena was so important to her
High score: Ally rose to the top of the leaderboard with 24 points after paying tribute to her favorite movie Selena
Ally later revealed that Selena's family was tight with her own, and onstage, she wore a pin given to her by Selena's sister, Suzette.
Carrie Ann said Ally's 'emotional' dance gave her chills.
Judge Len Goodman, 75, also raved about her moves, but when she high-fived him, he joked: 'Don't touch me again.'
Paying tribute: The singer paid tribute with a seamless rumba to late singer Selena Quintanilla's 1995 hit Dreaming Of You
High praise: Len Goodman raved to Ally about her moves
'Ally my darling,' Bruno said, 'you really put all of your heart and soul into that dance. And we all felt it.'
Tying Ally for the top spot was Kate Flannery, 55, who entertained the crowd with a quickstep performed to Dolly Parton's 9 To 5, from the movie of the same name.
The Office star, who has a side gig singing in a band with actress pal Jane Lynch, 59, transformed into a colorful secretary for her comedic routine with Pasha Pashkov.
The moment: Ally and Sasha Farber reacted as they jumped to the top of the leaderboard
'Kate, you are killing this game,' Carrie Ann noted. 'You're working hard and it is paying off.'
'I liked your choreography, I loved your performance, you got right into character,' Len agreed.
Country singer Lauren Alaina, 24, opened the episode with a sexy tango to Roy Orbison's Pretty Woman, playing the Julia Roberts character to Gleb Savchenko's Richard Gere.
Killing it: Kate Flannery entertained the crowd with a quickstep performed to Dolly Parton's 9 To 5, from the movie of the same name
'She's kind of a fish out of water and she goes into this new world,' Lauren said of Julia's character, Vivian Ward. 'She fully committed, so I'm going to try to do that with dancing.'
Fresh-faced Lauren performed her routine in patent leather thigh-high boots, up against a red sportscar and was nervous about how the act would go down.
'I'm a Christian country girl and then I had to put my foot up on the hood of a car and rub down my leg,' she told Erin afterward. 'I did not want my daddy to see that.'
First up: Country singer Lauren Alaina, 24, opened the episode with a sexy tango to Roy Orbison's Pretty Woman, playing the Julia Roberts character
The judges loved her confident dancing, with Bruno calling it 'a racy tango, full throttle.'
'This was full of attack, drive, and purpose,' Len emphasized. 'A little bit stop and start here and there… but for attitude and getting out there, it was terrific.'
Queer Eye star Karamo Brown, 38, and his partner Jenna Johnson, 25, followed Lauren, performing a jive dance to I'm Still Standing from Rocketman.
Jive dance: Queer Eye star Karamo Brown, 38, and his partner Jenna Johnson, 25, followed Lauren, performing a jive dance to I'm Still Standing from Rocketman
'Elton John means a lot to me, because he's a gay man that lived his life proud and out, and that's what I do,' Karamo explained.
'The song ''I'm Still Standing'' is my life story. There's been a lot of hardships but I keep marching towards a better day.'
Rocketman star Taron Egerton, 29, coached him via video: 'Performing in the spirit of Elton John is about being outrageous, having no inhibitions, and having the time of your life.'
No inhibitions: Rocketman star Taron Egerton, 29, coached Karamo via video, saying: 'Performing in the spirit of Elton John is about being outrageous, having no inhibitions, and having the time of your life'
Carrie Ann and Len praised Karamo's joyful energy and commitment to the task, but found there were a lot of mistakes with the performance.
'Going wrong is a bit like getting a hickey,' Len shared. 'Everyone can notice it, as much as you try to cover it up, it's there.'
James Van Der Beek, 42, and Emma Slater, 30, then had the 'audience going gaga' with their rumba to Shallow from A Star Is Born.
Good effort: Carrie Ann Inaba praised Karamo's joyful energy and commitment to the task, but found there were a lot of mistakes with the performance
'What I love about the movie is it's essentially about this universal truth: It doesn't matter how successful you are—everybody needs to be seen for who they are,' James mused.
He dedicated his graceful performance to his wife of nine years Kimberly.
Bruno said that James rocked what was typically a woman's dance, and made Emma look good, too.
TV star: James Van Der Beek dedicated his performance to his wife of nine years Kimberly